Ride with Craig Cameron for three solid days of training in Monroe, North Carolina at Why Not An American Ark. Beginning on Wednesday, April 13th, Craig's teachings will cover everything from basic horsemanship, knot tying, problem solving, trail riding, using the correct bit, horse therory and obstacle negotiation. Each day of the clinic will start with a group meeting at 9:00 am. The clinic will end on Friday, April 15th at 5:00 pm.
The three day clinic cost is $1,100.00 per participant. Spectators are welcome for $25.00 per day, per person.
Registration can be done on line at Safe Horse Training. To reserve your spot in this clinic, a deposit of $500.00 is required. Balance in full must be paid by March 1, 2011.
Why Not An American Ark is located at 1126 Charlie Williams Road, Monroe, North Carolina. Craig will ride with the clinic participants in the 150 x 250 covered arena, out on the cross country course, trails and the newly built Extreme Cowboy Course, designed by veteran Extreme Cowboy Racer, Joyce Lewis. Stall rental is $20.00 per night, RV hook ups are $30.00 per night, Primitive Camping is $15.00 per night, Shavings are $6.00 per bag.
Concessions will be available for lunch. Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. JC Warren Photography will be on site to capture the clinic memories.